Toyota showed renewed GT86 just before the New York report last March. It is now available on the European market and therefore gave a lot pictures, along with some legendary models of the company, of which he took inspiration as the 2000GT, the Celica, the Corolla AE86, the MR2 and the 4th generation Supra.

From 2012 presented the GT86 has sold over 170,000 cars worldwide, the company has made aesthetic and mechanical changes, the lifting be located in the front and rear, the refined interior, new suspension tuning, and … with more power but keep small basket.

2017 Toyota GT86 Exterior

Thus, externally there is a completely new front bumper, which at the bottom has a larger air intake, which makes the car look more wider and lower, while the lights are now LED technology, as well as flash. Similarly, rear, using the lights have new graphics with LED body while redesigned is the shield, like the new alloy wheels.

In the suspensions sector, there are new shock absorber settings and springs, which improve the grip and flexibility of the vehicle, providing better control.

2017 Toyota GT86 Interior

Changes are in the interior, as the GT86 has new steering wheel with integrated audio controls, which has a diameter of 362 mm, which is the smallest set Toyota use. Still, there are silver seams, the dashboard and the door panels are coated with a material called Grandlux. The instrument panel is a color multifunction screen of 4.2 inches, which shows values ​​for the lateral acceleration, and torque curves of power and timer.

2017 Toyota GT86 Specification Engine Performance

Mechanically, the 2.0-liter boxer engine GT86 longer delivers 205 horsepower and 211 Nm of torque, an increase of 5 horsepower and 11 Nm compared to the pre-facelift. Combined with a 6-speed manual transmission, as to improve the performance of the car, and now equipped with hill assist. The paradox of this is that the same relationships automatically maintains the horsepower and torque of pre-facelit.

Toyota GT86 Photos Gallery

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